Wednesday, July 5, 2017

How to connect your Apple Watch to a Wi-Fi network without a linked iPhone


That the Apple Watch depends on the iPhone is not new, however many users do not know that even having the iPhone off you can continue to send messages with your Apple Watch or even invoke Siri to ask what you want.
This is the easiest tutorial I've ever done, because what you have to do to connect to a Wi-Fi network with your Apple Watch is NOTHING.
Your Apple Watch automatically saves the Wi-Fi networks stored on your iPhone and connects to them alone if you lose the connection with your iPhone.
When you're connected to your iPhone and launch the Apple Watch control center you see something like this:
Connect-Apple-Watch-red-Wifi 2
If you disconnect from the iPhone, putting it in airplane mode or turning it off completely, you will see something like this if you are within the radius of a known wireless network.
Connect-Apple-Watch-red-Wifi-2

Try and see ...
If you are connected to a Wi-Fi network with your Apple Watch you can receive and send messages, start voice calls by FaceTime, ask Siri what you want and even listen to music if you have Apple Music, among other things. It works perfectly with the native applications of your Apple Watch.
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